Wireless Shutter Release For Canon : Blinds To Measure.
Wireless Shutter Release For Canon
- The button on a camera that is pressed to make the shutter open
- The button you press to take the picture. Often half pressing the Shutter Release activates the autofocus, auto exposure and vibration reduction, and a full press is required to actually take the picture.
- The mechanism, usually a button on the top of the camera, that activates the shutter to expose the film.
- Lacking or not requiring wires
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- having no wires; "a wireless security system"
- transmission by radio waves
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wireless shutter release for canon - Canon Wireless
Canon Wireless Remote Control RC1 for Canon XT/XTi, XSi, and T1i Digital SLR Cameras
This is a miniature infrared transmitter. It operates at ranges up to 16 ft. and may be set for either instant release or 2 second delay. The RC-1 may also be used to activate mirror lock and bulb shutter functions. Compatible with EOS Digital Rebel XTi, Rebel XT, Digital Rebel, ELAN 7 series, Rebel T2, Ti, and K2.
The Canon RC-1 remote control makes taking group photos easy by allowing you to take pictures away from the camera. The RC-1 allows the selection of either a 2-second shutter delay or instant shutter release. Compatible with the Canon EOS Elan II/Elan IIe, EOS Elan, EOS 10S, and EOS IX.
Wireless Canon Cable Release
Here is my mod for a wireless Canon cable release. I added an 1/8" Phone Jack from Radio Shack to my Canon RS-80N3 corded remote cable release. All I had to do was join the right two wires, and my Gadgit Infinity / eBay / Cactus V2 triggers would be able to remotely trigger my Camera. The Phone Jack has two leads--an inner and an outer. I connected one to the grey wire which I then attached to the bare cunductor of the Canon remote (not the white or the red wire from the Canon trigger, but the short one with no insulation). I then connected the other lead to the red wire. It does not matter which is wired to which--the eBay trigger will close the circuit on them and trip the shutter, so if they were reversed it would still work. The white wire is for pre-focus and is not used. The cable release will still work as it originally did, but now I can plug in a Cactus V2 trigger with the provided PC Sync to Phone Jack cable and fire my Canon 30D wirelessly as well. I first have to setup the camera, focus, and then switch to manual focus so it will fire.
***Scroll over the photo for NOTES about each piece of equipment.*** This is some of my gear! :D (I've omitted my tripod and reflector, as they are too bulky). These cameras range in price from free to thousands! I enjoy switching it up between polaroids, panoramas, medium format and digital, as I adore the outcome of both lo-fi and hi-fi photography! I'd love to hear about your experiences with any of these cameras, so please feel free to comment and I'll be sure to reciprocate! Thanks for checking out my photo. :)
wireless shutter release for canon
Eliminates the need for a cable release. Allows the camera to be fired from adistance Over 150 ft. uses RF (radio frequency) signals, not line-of-sight likeinfrared. Designed to fit specific cameras. Transmitter has a 2 positionswitch...press lightly for prefocusing, and then continue pressing to releasethe shutter. LED lights indicate prefocus and exposure. May be used on upto 16 channels...user settable.Fully compatible to: Canon EOS-1V/1VHS, EOS-3, EOS-D2000, D30, D60, 1D, 1Ds, EOS-1D Mark II,III, EOS-1Ds Mark II,III, EOS-10D, 20D, 30D,40D, 50D, 5D, 7D